60s stars rock up for Amersham fundraiser

Linda Gail Lewis

Linda Gail Lewis

First published in Bucks Free Press: Photograph of the Author by , Senior reporter

JERRY Lee Lewis's sister and two chart topping acts from the 60s lead the bill at the Amersham Rock 'n' Roll club's latest fundraising concert this weekend.

Linda Gail Lewis will be jetting into along with her band Some Like It Hot and her high-octane rocker of a daughter, Annie-Marie.

Between them they will be going plenty of old favourites from the 60s, with hits such as Great Balls Of Fire, Big Black Cadillac, Blue Suede Shoes, Shake, Rattle and Roll, and many more.

Joining the Lewis clan on stage will be a pair of British chart toppers - John Leyton, best known for his hit Johnny Remember Me, and Mike Sarne who went all the way to number one with Come Outside, which featured actress Wendy Richard playing the part of the girl he was trying to woo.

The Amersham Rock 'n' Roll Club stages shows in aid of two Bucks-based charities, the Rennie Grove Hospice Care and the Scannappeal hospital charity.

Tickets for Saturday's show at the Raans Road club are £15 each and are available from The Record Shop in Hill Avenue, Amersham, and by calling 01494 433311.

For more details on upcoming shows at the club, go to www.amershamrocknrollclub.co.uk.

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11:20am Mon 10 Mar 14

Mr Totterdge Hill says...

"Great Balls Of Fire" indeed...
"Great Balls Of Fire" indeed... Mr Totterdge Hill
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